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Van to Help Salvation Army Through Holiday Season

Written by The Two River Times. Posted in News

Capt. Stewart Dalrymple (left) commander of the Red Bank Corps, takes delivery of the van from Barry Lamb (center) of Nissan World in Red Bank and Peter Baldino of Enterprise Rent-a-Car in Red Bank on Monday.

Published on December 16, 2011 with No Comments

RED BANK – Nissan World of Red Bank and Enterprise Rent-a-Car of Red Bank have joined together to provide a van for the use of the Salvation Army’s Red Bank corps during the holiday season.

This additional vehicle will help us greatly in carrying out what is annually our largest fundraising effort, our Red Kettle Campaign,” said Capt. Stewart Dalyrumple, Red Bank Corps commander. “We are very grateful to Nissan World and Enterprise for their generosity.

The goal for us this year is $100,000 and to date we have raised  about half of that,” Dalrymple said. “GFor that we are truly thankful, we still have a long way to go. Christmas is fast approaching and requests for help are high.”

Those wishing to donate to the Army can do so in the traditional way, by depositing cash or checks in kettles that are located throughout the area. Or they can send checks made out to The Salvation Army Army to The Salvation Army, 180 Newman Springs Road, Red Bank, N.J. 07701-1465.

Donations may also be made online at www.onlineredkettle.org/redbank.

Capt. Stewart Dalrymple (left) commander of the Red Bank Corps, takes delivery of the van from Barry Lamb (center) of Nissan World in Red Bank and Peter Baldino of Enterprise Rent-a-Car in Red Bank on Monday.

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